The Best Christian Electronic Music of 2015

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It’s that time of year again – when we round up the best of the best in Christian electronic music! In no particular order, here are our top picks for the best Christian electronic music of 2015.


The best Christian electronic music of 2015 includes a wide range of styles, from the atmospheric and dreamy to the hard-hitting and industrial. This year’s list includes both established artists and newcomers, all of whom are making some of the most innovative and exciting music in the genre.

So without further ado, here are the best Christian electronic albums of 2015:

-Dreams by PRAYERS
-Eternality by To Speak Of Wolves
-Futures by found.
-Ghosts by Mike Mains & The Branches
-Licht by Jera on Air
-Simulacra by Illuminatus
-The Weight of Glory by Enneade

What is Christian Electronic Music?

Christian Electronic Music, also known as CEDM, is a broad term used to describe faith-based electronic music of any sub-genre. The style began in the early 1990s with early pioneers like Dale Allison and Robatics and has since grown to include artists like John Borelli, Josh Peavy, and JES.

CEDM often has positive, life-affirming messages and can be heard in a variety of settings including nightclubs, festivals, and online radio stations. The sound is generally uplifting and designed to make the listener feel good.

While the style originated in the United States, it has since spread to other countries like Canada, Brazil, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. In recent years, there has been a growing trend of Christian Electronic Music artists working with secular artists to create “crossover” hits that are played on mainstream radio stations.

Best Christian Electronic Music of 2015

The past year has been a great one for Christian electronic music. A lot of different artists have released some great tracks, and it’s hard to narrow it down to just a few. However, we’ve done our best to put together a list of the best Christian electronic music of 2015. Here are our top picks.

For All Who Listen- “Wake Up”

Wake Up by For All Who Listen is one of the best Christian electronic songs of 2015. The song starts off with a simple piano melody that is soon joined by a distorted electric guitar. The drums come in and the song takes off from there. The lyrics are very meaningful and encourage the listener to “wake up” and take notice of what is happening in the world around them. This is a very powerful song that speaks to the current state of the world and the need for change.

TobyMac- “Beyond Me”

TobyMac’s latest release, “Beyond Me,” is a strong contender for one of the best Christian electronic songs of 2015. TobyMac has always had a knack for creating catchy pop hooks, and “Beyond Me” is no exception. The song has a strong message of faith and hope, and the production is top-notch. If you’re a fan of TobyMac or Christian electronic music, “Beyond Me” is definitely worth checking out.

Capital Kings- “I Feel So Alive”

Capital Kings is a Contemporary Christian EDM duo from Washington, D.C., United States, composed of Cole Walowac and Jon White. They released their self-titled debut album on October 22, 2013 with Gotee Records, and their sophomore album II on October 16, 2015. “I Feel So Alive” is the first single from their second album.

KJ-52- “Dear Slim”

KJ-52 is an American Christian hip hop musician from Tampa, Florida. His latest album is “Mental,” and his song “Dear Slim” is the best Christian electronic music of 2015. The song is a response to Eminem’s “Stan,” and it tells the story of a Christian fan of Eminem who is struggling with his faith.

Lecrae- “All I Need is You”

“All I Need is You” is a song by American hip hop artist Lecrae, released on March 31, 2015 as the lead single from his seventh studio album Anomaly. The song peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart and at number one on the US Rap Songs chart.


It seems that a lot of what is popular in the mainstream is making it’s way into the Christian music industry. Electronic music has been around for a while, but it seems to be just now hitting its stride in the Christian industry. Here are some of the best Christian electronic albums of 2015.

-For All of Us by Jon Thurlow
-Continuum by John Van Deusen
-Lights by Kim Walker-Smith
-Synchrony by Joth Hunt
-Vantage Point by KJ-52

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